You: explain why you feel this story is the most remarkable

 
2 separate documents.

Read Chapter 3 Recruiting Emotion and answer the following questions:

i. What are the key positions being argued this this chapter? (a.k.a., the main points) (HINT: usually, the same as the chapter objectives0

YOU: for EACH key position, clearly describe the author Stephen Fineman’s main positions;

YOU: for EACH key position, briefly explain what’s meant by it (you must actually read and understand the body of the chapter to do this);

ii. Why So? – What’s the reason, underlying logic and supporting evidence compelling enough to persuade and convince you to buy into this position? – YOU: for EACH key position, briefly explain Fineman’s reason, underlying logic and supporting evidence it (i.e., that key position). You must actually read and understand the body of the chapter to do this;

iii. What is the most remarkable story or example to you that author Fineman shares in this chapter to convince you to appreciate his main point related to that story or example?

YOU: Describe the story and main point it’s linked to;

YOU: Explain why you feel this story is the most remarkable story/example given in this chapter?

YOU: Since you feel it is the most remarkable story/example, then specify the feelings/emotions you are feeling about this story/example—be clear and explicit about your emotions/feelings you describe here;

iv. So What?/Who Cares? – What effects and impacts are being suggested as to why this point of view/position matters and to whom does it matter? YOU: clearly describe and explain why the author Stephen Fineman believes each main position matters to a broader life context and peoples in life and to whom it matters;

Read Chapter 7 Emotion and Decisions and answer the following questions:

i. What are the key positions being argued this this chapter? (a.k.a., the main points) (HINT: usually, the same as the chapter objectives—wink!)–

YOU: for EACH key position, clearly describe the author Stephen Fineman’s main positions; YOU: for EACH key position, briefly explain what’s meant by it (you must actually read and understand the body of the chapter to do this);

ii. Why So? – What’s the reason, underlying logic and supporting evidence compelling enough to persuade and convince you to buy into this position? – YOU: for EACH key position, briefly explain Fineman’s reason, underlying logic and supporting evidence it (i.e., that key position). You must actually read and understand the body of the chapter to do this;

iii. What is the most remarkable story or example to you that author Fineman shares in this chapter to convince you to appreciate his main point related to that story or example?

YOU: Describe the story and main point it’s linked to;

YOU: Explain why you feel this story is the most remarkable story/example given in this chapter?

YOU: Since you feel it is the most remarkable story/example, then specify the feelings/emotions you are feeling about this story/example—be clear and explicit about your emotions/feelings you describe here;

iv. So What?/Who Cares? – What effects and impacts are being suggested as to why this point of view/position matters and to whom does it matter? YOU: clearly describe and explain why the author Stephen Fineman believes each main position matters to a broader life context and peoples in life and to whom it matters;

 

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